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the 1960's had many days with highs in the 90's and lows in the 60's...July 4th 1965 had a high of 90 after a low of 65...very little humidity...That was the theme back then...Now 65 in the morning in July is a big deal...

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2 hours ago, forkyfork said:

tripped at the gym and almost deleted the nw burbs thread

 

2 hours ago, forkyfork said:

i should have anyway <3

If you had 95% of the sub forum wouldn't have even noticed. The only reason you're posting this is so we all know you're swole.

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6 hours ago, Nibor said:

 

If you had 95% of the sub forum wouldn't have even noticed. The only reason you're posting this is so we all know you're swole.

You mean 95% of the posts. We’d still have 14 libertybell posts in a row, a snoski eeyore post that will be wrong literally hours later, noreaster asking for help reading a model while simultaneously claiming hes a better forecaster than everyone else here, and the long island guys trying to make their weather sound better and worse than everyone's at the same time…..

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9 hours ago, forkyfork said:

i should have anyway <3

 

7 hours ago, Nibor said:

 

If you had 95% of the sub forum wouldn't have even noticed. The only reason you're posting this is so we all know you're swole.

 

45 minutes ago, BxEngine said:

You mean 95% of the posts. We’d still have 14 libertybell posts in a row, a snoski eeyore post that will be wrong literally hours later, noreaster asking for help reading a model while simultaneously claiming hes a better forecaster than everyone else here, and the long island guys trying to make their weather sound better and worse than everyone's at the same time…..

Good morning Nibor, Bx. I would personally feel the loss. As for forky, he’d have one less place to post too, from under his toll bridge. As always ..

9 hours ago, forkyfork said:

i should have anyway <3

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13 hours ago, Will - Rutgers said:

i am using the power of prayer to keep the heat away

you nerds are welcome

Good evening Will, Nibor. At my age all you have to do is stay somewhat awake. As always …

12 hours ago, Nibor said:

My thoughts are with you. 

 

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19 hours ago, coastalplainsnowman said:

My wife snapped this interesting pic of the sky a short while ago.  Sort of an upside down rainbow overhead in the wispy clouds.  Said photo doesn't do the color justice.  Thought this might be interesting to some folks here.  Have a good day.

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Millions of tiny ice crystals in cirrus clouds created this amazing prismatic effect.

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On 6/6/2022 at 1:49 PM, Stormlover74 said:

How insane would this be?

 

And yes I know there isn't a snowballs chance in hell

 

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Well it did pick up on the cool idea interestingly enough.  Ended up being mid-60's during the day and 40's at night here.

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its been cool lately but not as cool as these June weeks...

6/1-7/1945...coolest early June week...seven days min 50 or lower...five 40's...4 days50's max...

6/8-14/1980...seven days min 56 or lower...two upper 40's...

6/13-19/1965...seven days min 57 or lower...four days 60's max...

6/21-27/1972....four days 60's max...

6/23-29/1974...seven days 60 or lower min...four days 60's max...

 

 

 

 

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